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sweet

noun     /swiːt/
[C] UK ( US candy) a small piece of sweet food, made of sugar 糖果 She bought a packet of sweets to suck on the journey. 她买了一包糖果在路上吃。 Sweets
[C] US any food with a lot of sugar in it 甜食 Sweets
[C or U] UK sweet food eaten at the end of a meal 甜点 There was only one sweet on the menu - chocolate cake with cream. 菜单上只有一种甜点——巧克力奶油蛋糕。 Meals and parts of meals
(Definition of sweet noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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